National Flag

The flag of Papua New Guinea was adopted on July 1, 1971. In the hoist, it depicts the Southern Cross; in the fly, a raggiana bird of paradise is silhouetted.


Port Moresby, Capital of Papua New Guinea.

Authentic Travel Experience

Water falls are some of Papua New Guinea's attractions.

Tourist Attraction's

Papua Guinea is not only an island but is also a territory of fully independent people thus calling the island the Republic of Papua Guinea.

Culture in Transition

Culture Diversity, Colors, Culture Face, Annual Festivals, Traditional Dance, Traditional Costumes, Singing Dance.

Thursday, 31 March 2016

Social Media can make this possible

Social Media can make this possibleFor businesses in any industry, the key to victory is knowing and understanding your audience. Social media makes this conceivable, and easier to achieve than ever. With tools like Facebook and LinkedIn, you can study the dominant languages spoken among your social media audience, as well as their age and gender.
Hosted by the Pacific Business Trust and presented by business expert and author Matt Jull, CEO of My Business People,  the Social Media workshop demonstrated to more than 50 participants how Social Media can assist them not only as a professional, but market your business to other businesses and consumers.
The hands-on and very interactive workshop exposed the most significant facets of Social Media Marketing as one of the most competent ways to market and grow a business. Participants were treated to tips on how to use Social Media to find new customers and develop your audience, insight to improve market intelligence and get ahead of your competitor with Social Media and the opportunity for business owners or ambitious entrepreneur to not only build their online presence, but to also target audiences effectively.

Wednesday, 30 March 2016

A Young Female Entrepreneur of PNG

A Young Female Entrepreneur of PNGEncouraging PNG Business is significant in getting the people more involved in business activities that can assist nurture the country’s economy.

‘Mami Chakara’ a 100% PNG owned Hair & Beauty Company, retained by an imminent young female entrepreneur Ms Watna Mori, was launched recently in Port Moresby at level 2 ANG Haus. Watna, who is the Managing Director for Mami Chakara got her business name from Africa, which means ‘wild girl’ in the local African Pidgin slang.
She said all their hair care products are made with PNG ingredients and its 100% suitable for natural PNG hair.

Watna is also inspiring young women out there who want to venture into business to work hard and be strong-minded by their dreams and goals and to apply their expertise and knowledge to their best abilities that will benefit themselves and their family and also the country as a whole.